Tag Archives: Cartridge

Inception: The NES Game

I happen to be one of the few dozen people who haven’t seen Inception yet. I hear it’s quite the mind-trip. Although I usually have a rule that I never, ever play games based on movies under any circumstances, Inception for the NES seems like it would be a rather interesting experience. One element that the NES lacked, like most ...

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Halo For the Atari 2600

Halo 2600 goes far beyond any other retro gaming mock-up we’ve ever seen. For one, its actually playable in cartridge form on an actual Atari 2600. Secondly, and even cooler, you can play the game online with a little help from emulation. Developed by Ed Fries, the once vice president of Microsoft’s game publishing division who assisted in the signing ...

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Cartridge Mod Allows You To Play Game Boy Game on Your NES

Do you remember the Super Game Boy? Basically it was an official modded cartridge from Nintendo that allowed you to play your Game Boy games on the big screen of your TV, right through your SNES system. Nintendo Age forum user and creator of this awesome mod bunnyboy describes his gadget as “basically the Super Game Boy, without the Super ...

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Nintendo Gaming Cartridge Soaps

No matter what Nintendo flavor is your favorite you can just about bet that Lesley Karpiuk has the right soap for you. Inspired by the iconic design of retro Nintendo cartridges, these soaps come in NES, SNES, N64 and Gameboy varieties. The prices range from $2 to $6.50, so even if you prefer the significantly larger NES soap, it won’t ...

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Full-Scale NES Cartridge Made of LEGO Bricks

I thought I had reached the epitome of geekdom when I managed to simultaneously play my NES system and build a LEGO creation, but man, I was wrong, as it usually the case. How many peeks of geekery has their been in Gearfuse’s history? More than necessary. What was I thinking anyway? My actions could have been made exponentially geekier ...

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Dante’s Inferno on NES

One of the most anticipated games of the past few years, Dante’s Inferno has had a last minute console change. Rather than being released on the PS3, Dante’s Inferno will now be available exclusively on the NES. Link [via]

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Handheld Console Device Plays Full Sized NES Game Cartridges

The Retro Mini is a handheld device with a 2.4″ LCD screen that is actually compatible with full-sized NES cartridges. No emulation needed here. Four AA batteries gives you eight hours of battery time. The Mini also features built in speakers, a headphone jack and a composite AV out cables for playing the games on a TV set. Sexy handheld ...

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DIY: SNES Game Cartridge USB Hub

So, you haven’t been able to find that perfect USB hub to extend your peripheral horizons, yet you’ve been looking for what feels like decades. Forget about the middleman. There’s no need to buy a hub from a third-party as long as you’ve got some time, around $30 and a little technical prowess. The SNES Game Cartridge USB Hub is ...

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What If Your NES Played Shoes Instead Of Cartidges?

Nike is crazy about Nintendo. Not only does it make shoes that emulate the retro stylings of the classic NES controller, but now it’s producing t-shirts modeled after the packaging of the classic Nintendo Duck Hunt game. The only difference is Nike shoes have taken the place of the traditional packaging showcasing the NES cart. Oh, that and it now ...

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FC Mobile Game Console Makes The NES Portable

We’ve seen a pretty wide assortment of ways to mod the Nintendo consoles. Whether it be shoving the cartridges right into the Wii or putting the whole damn console right inside the cartridge, the FC Mobile Game Console accomplishes something that even the great modder Ben Heck hasn’t even been able to figure out just yet: making the Nintendo Entertainment ...

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